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First Customer Installs CyberKnife System in Existing Radiation Therapy Vault
Date:7/24/2009

SUNNYVALE, Calif., July 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Accuray Incorporated (Nasdaq: ARAY), a global leader in the field of radiosurgery, announced today that CyberKnife Center of Chicago at Elmhurst Memorial Hospital in Elmhurst, Ill., has installed the CyberKnife((R)) Robotic Radiosurgery System in one of the hospital's existing radiation therapy vaults. This marks the first installation of this new CyberKnife configuration option, which can save hospitals both time and money.

"We are excited about the new CyberKnife configuration and its ability to fit into an existing vault, because it requires significantly less modification and has allowed us to get the System up and running more quickly so we can begin treating patients," said Greg Spurlock, chief operating officer of US Radiosurgery, the managing partner of CyberKnife Center of Chicago.

Because radiation therapy systems are gantry-based machines, meaning they only rotate in a single rotational plane, radiation therapy vaults are typically smaller and require less shielding than a standard CyberKnife vault. Since a key factor in the CyberKnife System's precise treatment delivery is its ability to move in virtually any direction, it wasn't previously possible to install a CyberKnife System within a radiation therapy vault. Recognizing that this was an obstacle for many hospitals, Accuray used advanced optimization techniques to reconfigure a new layout that made this type of installation possible with minimal-to-no additional shielding.

The new footprint helps hospitals to save on construction and shielding costs, and enables an accelerated go-live schedule, allowing sites to start patient treatments within a significantly shorter period of time. This is particularly beneficial for sites that are intereste
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